The words "frozen in Vermont" may conjure up less than idyllic images. But Alex Crothers and Lyndsy Blais are about to change that. The owners of Higher Ground and Wildflowers Studio, respectively, are teaming up to throw a winter spectacular that showcases the beauty of the season, without the hassle to bundle up. They plan to transform Higher Ground's ballroom into a winter wonderland for Frozen in Vermont, a family event geared toward kids ages 3 to 10. The two shows on Dec. 1 will feature sensory play areas, a bounce castle, a photo prop station, airbrush tattoos, and the opportunity to make a crown, snowman or other take-home craft. Anna and Olaf will mingle and perform in a show presented by Fusion 802 dance studio. Food, of the kid-friendly variety, will be available for purchase. South Burlington music venue Higher Ground has been increasing its family-oriented programming in the last year and a half, and the Frozen event fits the bill, said Crothers, whose 2-year-old daughter will be in attendance. Blais has plans to enchant the 7,000 square-foot ballroom from floor to ceiling. "I'm just sort of looking at it as a giant birthday party," she said.